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Wedding dresses have a long history of change, just as the everyday fashion of women has changed significantly over the decades and even centuries. Wedding attire was once practical, embellishing a dress for the occasion then altering it back for everyday use. Today's bride has numerous options and it isn't typically viewed as frivolous to purchase a dress to only wear once, as it used to b
The first recorded wedding gown was worn by Princess Philippa, the daughter of Henry IV in 1406, according to Discovery's TLC. Wealthy and royal women were typically the only people who could afford a special dress for one occasion only. As different styles, hemlines, colors and fabrics became popular, common women would do the best they could to imitate those of higher status.
Trains and garters became traditions during the 1500s. As fashion trends went through transitions, bridal gowns followed. Sleeves, waistlines and the shape of gowns changed. Puffy sleeves gave way to fitted sleeves and back again. Corsets and petticoats merged into higher waistlines; then it was on to slimmer skirts and then back to princess fairytale shapes again.